• No need to change gloves to enter MIS data—with CDX, dialysis treatment and
    MIS data are input in one contained environment.
  • Machine, foldable QWERTY keyboard and mouse pad are fully compliant with
    CDC surface disinfection guidelines.
  • Risk of cross-contamination and CMS V-tag citations reduced.
  • Simplify multidisciplinary care planning through immediate MIS access chairside.
  • Immediate, comprehensive access to intradialytic and trending information.
  • Treatment specific task lists help to ensure accurate prescription, lab order and
    medication administration.
  • Immediate electronic chair side documentation helps to eliminate loss of valuable
    medical and claim submission information.
  • Station set up and maintenance are easier with no computer cart or cables in the way.
  • Streamlined design—MIS and dialysis machine in one. No more computers-on-wheels.
  • Eliminates the loss of valuable treatment space allocated to MIS systems and carts.
  • Removes unsightly cables and other impediments which may reduce employee and
    patient risks associated with clutter in the treatment area.

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